Anemia is a very common disease, which can be divided into many types, such as iron deficiency anemia, thalassemia and so on, and there is also a congenital anemia. When suffering from anemia, everyone should carry out scientific treatment to reduce the damage of disease to health. So, can congenital anemia be cured?
Whether congenital anemia can be cured depends on specific conditions and treatment methods, but generally speaking, most congenital anemia cannot be cured. Congenital anemia, also known as Fanconi anemia, is a chromosomal recessive genetic disease, which mostly occurs at the age of 5-10 years, and the incidence rate of males is significantly higher than that of females.
Congenital anemia may be complicated with congenital malformation. Many children have mental retardation since childhood, and their physical development is slow. As the children grow older, it is very likely that their development will stagnate. In the process of peripheral blood examination, pancytopenia usually occurs.
Congenital anemia is mainly treated by androgen and glucocorticoid in medicine now. However, in recent years, there have been some new treatments for congenital anemia, such as hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, which has cured some patients’ diseases, but the success rate is not too high, and some patients will die because of some complications.